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Community Good

Community Good consists of talks, opportunities, and experiences at Springton Lake Presbyterian Church (SLPC). Community Good addresses needs and potentials both within our faith community, but also for the communities outside our church in which we live, work, and play. SLPC’s vision is to be an authentic Gospel fellowship that follows Jesus Christ for the good of our community, region and world—for today and future generations.

Our hope is to see Community Good as a launching point for conversations within the spheres of our lives. We believe that the Gospel is not something that causes us to hope for what is far off, but that the Gospel of Jesus gives us hope in the here-and-now. As Christians, we are called to view the world realistically for what it is as fallen, but also optimistically in the resurrection hope of Jesus Christ - that He will reclaim what is His and that he is even working through us now to bring a taste of His “Kingdom come... on earth even as it is in Heaven,” even as He has promised.



 

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Your kids are changing fast and so is their world. Life as a child or teenager in today’s world bears little resemblance to the world your younger self once inhabited. If you blink, you might be left behind, forfeiting your opportunity to effectively lead your kids through childhood and adolescence and into a healthy, God-honoring adulthood. The No Parent Left Behind seminar gets you started on the journey to understand your kids and their rapidly changing world.

Walt Mueller Walt Mueller will guide you through an introductory flyover of how your children and teens are growing, developing, and changing, along with how today’s cultural forces influence their beliefs and behaviors. Parents of children of all ages, grandparents, and youth workers will get Biblically-based, hope-filled and practical guidance on how to increase your influence and lead children and teens to a spiritually, physically, and emotionally healthy adulthood. This seminar is for all parents and caregivers who are concerned about the next generation. Springton Lake Presbyterian Church is sponsoring this event on Wednesday, November 8, 2017.

 

CPYU-RGB_high-resWalt Mueller is the founder and president of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding. CPYU is a non-profit organization committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers. With over 35 years of experience, Walt has become an internationally-recognized speaker and author on contemporary youth culture. He has written extensively on youth culture and family issues, authoring 7 books including the critically acclaimed Gold Medallion Award winner, Understanding Today’s Youth Culture.